Nick Hoult

Nick Hoult


Chief cricket correspondent @telegraphsport, @telecricket. Co-author of Morgan's Men: the story of England's World Cup triumph http://amazon.co.uk/Morgans-

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It’s all set up now for a fantastic Test series in Pakistan in December. Different format, (some) different players but same rivalry between two exciting teams

How Jos Buttler led England to T20 World Cup glory by doing it his way. @timwig  examines England's winning ways

Imran Khan interview by @joerwallen : ‘My legs collapsed, a second round of bullets flew over my head’

Sir Michael Parkinson interview by @oliverbrown_tel  in which he reveals his reunion with @GeoffreyBoycott  and Dickie Bird this summer inspired his latest book

And here is the piece that was great fun to work on. The Barnsley Boys reunion

Australia make 353 which is nice of them to score a run for each member of the crowd

Although for Roy this is a big innings on a ground where he scored 180 - England’s highest odi score which should give him some much needed confidence

How counties fought Strauss review and what it means "We now have complete inertia through spineless chairmen and a handful of members" or "I hope ECB now realises that isolated management teams, and running everything from the centre is sub-optimal"

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Harry Brook on his first fifty for England: “I like Pakistan. I had a bit of success in the PSL so it feels like I’m at home here.”

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Karachi really is the city of lights tonight. Packed house for this one

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Holder on Alzarri Joseph: “Two or 3 years ago I visited his Mum. She was not well but fought through and I felt it personally when I got the news she had passed away. To see him in tears was even harder. We got in the huddle and just wanted to do it for him, his Mum and family.”

Must be 500 people playing cricket in the park this morning in Karachi. Balls flying everywhere, not many defensive shots

Tiny boundaries in Lahore. They obviously want a big score. Pity the bowlers

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Bring back club cricket: The Telegraph launches campaign to lift ban on nation's summer sport

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